Ingram Independent School District is an above average, public school district located in Ingram, TX. It has 1,079 students in grades PK, K-12 with a student-teacher ratio of 14 to 1. According to state test scores, 73% of students are at least proficient in math and 67% in reading.
510 College St
Ingram, TX 78025
Ingram Independent School District Rankings
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Ingram Independent School District Reviews
Lots dual credit opportunities that are well supported. These are offered by both the Alamo College system and the University of Texas On Ramps program. The University of Texas classes are very rigorous and are preparing students for the university level courses after graduation. The classes offered by the Alamo College system are jr. college level classes that allow students additional opportunities. All of these are offered free of charge. The facilities have been renovated and are much improved. There is too much emphasis on football in the athletic program and other, more successful athletics programs are left on the back burner.
Being at Ingram Independent School District allowed me to grow as a person. Due to the small amount of students actually enrolled into my school, it's easier for people to get to know you and become friends. Originally, I was a very quiet and introverted person. However, with the help of one of my teachers and a few of my friends I was able to gain the confidence to become more extroverted. Additionally, Ingram is very good for preparing students for what it's like in college. With several college and college readiness classes offered here, we are able to push our academic virtues to our fullest potential.
My son has been attending the school since kindergarten, he is now in 6th grade. The counselor at the elementary was incredible! My son has struggled with behavior problems each school year. The counselor and vice principal where a true blessing.